SOLD! for $754.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Low Estimate: $275.00
- High Estimate: $375.00
- Realized: $754.00
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Cache of letters and documents related to the Edward D. Hicks and Harding families of Nashville, 1817-1900. Most relate to Edward D. Hicks, born 1831, who owned Devon Farm and served as Adjutant Major First Battalion Tennessee Cavalry under his uncle General Felix Zollicoffer. The family land is now the site of Ensworth High School in Nashville. The Hicks family was also related to the Harding Family of Belle Meade Plantation in Nashville, just a short distance away. This grouping includes 2 land survey documents with hand drawn maps dated 1817 from the "State of Tennessee First District" signed by surveyor John Davis and documents relating to the settlement of Davis's estate (for which Hicks served as executor); a brief note that "General Harding will be pleased to see you on Thursday evening next" dated Nov. 21, 1846; a promisary note between David Harding and William G. Harding with account notes en verso; correspondence to Hicks from M.C. Campbell, breeder of pacing horses and jersey cattle; an envelope of old cancelled stamps; various calling cards; invoices from Frankin and Nashville TN merchants including John J. McGavock Field Seeds; and a letter from Carlos Van Leer asking Miss Emma Hicks for a date. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, Tennessee. Condition: All items with toning, some with foxing and small tears, overall very good condition.